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Sunday, 24 February 2013 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM + Add to calendar24/02/2013 11:0024/02/2013 12:00Australia/SydneyTakadimi at Stones of The Yarra ValleyTakadimi at Stones of The Yarra Valley Sunday, 24 February 2013 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Brianne Curran 61421089850 email@example.com Address Stones of the Yarra Valley 14 St Huberts Road Coldstream VIC 3770 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/10036/takadimi_at_stones_of_the_yarra_valley.aspxStones of the Yarra Valley
14 St Huberts Road
Coldstream VIC 3770
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Joining forces when they met in Sydney at university, in 2007, emerging into the musical cosmos with their debut performance at the National Folk Festival, Canberra (’09), they created an immediate impression.
With a world of styles at their disposal, inspired by the possibilities of a well integrated, multi-cultural society in Australia today, this world/comtemporary instrumental quintet exerts a genuine obsession for the possibilities within genres and their indefinite boundaries.
Some of their influences include Shakti, The Esbjorn Svensson Trio, James Muller, John Butler, Jan Garbarek, Tomasz Stanko and Bela Flek.
The group bring you into their worlds through inventive improvisations and evocative soundscapes. In 2011 they launched their debut album New Common Sense which received some great reviews and gained widespread recognition across the ABC and community radio. They also received a 3 and a half star review from national newspaper, The Australian. Since the album release they have played at a wide variety of venues and festivals throughout NSW including a live to air for Eastside Radio at Venue 505, the Gaelic Club and the Occupy Sydney Anniversary in Martin Place.
'Jazz, folk, Irish, gypsy, Latin and Afro vibes are all fused delicately but precisely to create an eclectic mix that somehow blend magnificently into a cohesive new sound'. East Side Radio, 89.7FM.